TOPP USB Hub
Technology genuinely improved through… more technology. Simple to set up, practical and not overly expensive.
This is a case for your This disc-like, bus-powered iPhone (5-series, though 6, USB hub is 51mm in 6 Plus and iPad versions are diameter, 16mm thick, and available or imminent) with a its 127mm-long USB cable fits neatly remote control that clicks securely in a trench around its edge with four into the back. This connects USB ports. The trench is only 7mm wirelessly using Bluetooth, and wide – comfortable enough for slim when you press its ‘Now’ button, it plugs like Apple’s, at least. The hub’s emulates a ‘volume up’ press, own plug shows poor judgment, triggering Camera’s shutter. You though – the arc of plastic on the might argue that this is a daft thing end of it often ends up blocking the for a product to do, but you can’t port next to the USB slot you’ve argue that it doesn’t do it well. It used it in on a MacBook Pro. Giving adds some bulk (but less than we more USB slots but taking away expected), and there’s an ecosystem HDMI or headphone use isn’t exactly of other accessories that can clip ideal. Alan Stonebridge into the case. Christopher Phin
What it sets out to do, it does well. A little pricey, though, and you wouldn’t want to take it off and on often.